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Security Praxis welcomes original articles and reviews about the issues it is concerned with. All contributions that are accepted for publishing undergo a standard process of editorial review.

While word length of each article/post should be guided by intellectual necessity, a warning counter should be set to around one thousand words.

Contributors are welcome to add add images, graphics, tables, equations and references to their article. At the same time they may consider that this is not and academic publication and we value a lively and thoughtful writing style.

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